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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, II. T.. FRIDAY. JANUARY. 10. 1902.
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bmrtmiJmW3srmrym 1 1)1
"I nm nervous ami run down sow
but I will be- all right in n week. '
IT CURE8 NERVOUS MEN.
CURES FEMALE WEAKNESS'.
CURES BACK PAINS.
CURES STOMACH TROUBLE.
Dr. McLaughlin'- Electric Belt If a
popular remedy nowadays. It IB the
only remedy which will cure while you
sleep. Just put H on when you go tc
bed, feel tho warm, glowing vitality go
ing Into your weakened parts ond re
storing their life and vigor, and not ft
AND YOU DON'T HAVE TO DOSE
YOUR STOMACH WITH NASTY
DRUOS. THIS SHOWS WHAT IT
RHEUMATI8M AND STOMACH CA
Tomalcs, Marin Co., Cal,
June 2G. 1901.
DR. McLAUOHLIN Dear 8lr: Onocould not Imagine the slego of suf
fering I passed through from stomach trouble, and rheumatism. I
was subjected to sevcro drug treatment, stomach pump treatment,
and diet treatment, without the least relief. I grew disgusted with
them all and as a last resort tried your belt, two years ago. In three
days I could fling nwny my cano, and In thrco months was a new
man, entirely cured, and felt better than I had for years. Several of
my friends have since purchased your belts. I would not part with
mlno for J1000 If I could not get another. Yours truly,
JOHN U. QUAY.
This man was cured two years ago.
POOK FREE. I will send you my FREE DOOK, little book, with
full information, scaled, frco If you will send this ad.
Dr. M. H. McLaughlin, SS SS-'c.
Bcrctnnln 8t., neap cop. ot IJitimn
For a good
place to buy WALL
PAPEII8. You don't
need any telescope to
see that we have the
in this city.
Lines of Travel.
Oceanic Steamship Company
The steamers ot this line will arrive and leave this port as hereunder:
HnlHiL c8k. .'! 4irMwBsst jWMi ,
hht ...r jvm mummnhm
Instruments Filed for Record January
9, 1902. 1
Young Yan ct nl.- Joe Andrade M.
O Ilolte, tr - Kuna ct nl ltd.
Knplolanl Hstate-W. C. Athl ,. I
V Strnuc h Alox. Oarvle M.
Instruments Filed for Record January
10, 1602. I
C W. llooth and wife Jno. A. Unci-
Aggie Congdcn T. K. Lansing. I'.At
Recorded December 28, 1901.
C. S. llcsky and wire to J T. Moir;
dted; lot H, 1'acltlr Heights. Hono
lulu, Oahilj $.1000. Ilouk 229. page
312. Dated November 19, 1901.
I. C. Abies nnd wife to II. Water
house & Company, trustees; deed, lot
ii, Kaalhce tract, Honolulu, Oahu,
$is;r.. Ilooli 229, pago 313. Dated De
cember 11, 1901.
II. WnterhoiiHo & Company, trus
tees, to J V. Short; deed; lot C,
Ktiallicc tract. Honolulu. Oahu: 152G5.
' Hook 229, pago 31G. Dated December
Recorded December 30, 1901.
Walluku Hugnr Cumpany to fl.
Urewcr & Company, Limited, deed,
portions Kills. 2159 an ui.. V Itie
yard nnd Chinch street. Walluku,
Maul J2000. Hook 231, pago 112. Dat
ed December 17, 1901.
A. do Itego nnd wlfo ct nl. to O.
Urcwer & Company, Limited, ex
change deed; Aps. 1 and 2, II. 1.
0171, Kill 3132. Walehu, Maul, $1.
Hook 231. png 115. Dated December
Oahu Hallway & Land Company to
W. 1' Love; deed; lot 4, block 7,
Icarl City, Ewa, Oahu; $175. Hook
231, pago 117. Dated November 29,
Mrs. N. Mnkacna to I). Kapabl:
deed; one lol or Kul. 11214, Matll, Mo
nnalua. Honolulu, Oahu; $250. Hook
231. page 118. Dated December 30,
A. I. Kclekoma to Leo St J. Gil
bert; deed; Ap. 1, It. I. 1671. Kul.
3175, l'nuon, Honolulu, Oahu; $850.
Hook 231, pago 119. Dated October
S. S. Naukana ot al. to 71. I). Ilond;
deed; Grant 2IG1, Knpaau, Kohalo.
Hawaii; $6000. Hook 231, pago 120.
Dated December 6, 1901.
Recorded December 31, 1901.
G. II. Kahalewal to M. K. Chap
innn; deed; interest In piece Innit.
Adams lane, Honolulu, Oahu; $1. IlooU
229, page 310. Dated December .
Washington, Dec. 21. The second In pilvatc life. It Is only ten vcara .1 i mivnirn nn.i ir in i ri.i
edition of tho Congressional Directory, since "Tom" Reed una the Czar of tho Tlmns: deed: lot 5. block C. Kewalo
for tho present Congress will be ready House or Representatives In tho fa- tract. Honolulu, Oahu; $ltiU0. IlooV
to bo placed on the desks of the Sen- moils Fifty-first Congress, those exclt- 229. page 310. Dated December 30,
ators nnd Representatives wneu Con- lug and turbulent times when the 1901.
Kress meets after the holidays. It will Reed rules were torced upon tho Oahu Hallway & Lnnd Compnny to
contain tho lists or committees, which House of Representatives and lints J. Armstrong: deed; 7 3-lu acies
liau not lioen appointed when tho first nnd coats nnd disappearing rnattnlls , um, .ehua avenue, Pearl City. Ewa.
cumuli nua iuiidu;u ivi;.-uiuL-r ., uiiii mi inu iiriu nine e-oume-u ns live men . Oahu; $2100. Hook 229, page 318,
also a most interesting chronological In order to make up tho neci-KHnry ' Dated March 31, 1900.
table of the terms of Senators, nuvcr quorum for thu transaction of Awhile I Loo Ah Chit to Cheok Chlu Lee
before compiled or published. It is en- business, but there nre nnlv nineteen i t ,.i i.in .,r ant... ii.,r..i i in......
titled a "list of Senators by seniority members of the Senate who wero thero ! holds,' bulldlnKH. tools, etc., Walkele,
I'boto b lllcc, Wuhlnttca. ,
REAR ADMIRAL CROWNINSHIELD, WHO IS TO HAVE A
Rear Admiral A. Schuyler Crown Inshleld, who has been for sevcrnl
years chief of tho bureau of nnvlgatlo n. will be detached from his present
post early this year and In March wi II take command of tho Euroncan
couadron. Ho will probnbly be In ch aige of that squadron during tho cer
emonies connected with the coronation of King Kdward VII. next spring
UNITED STATES SENATORIAL AGES '
AND OFFICIAL RECORDS CLASSIFIED
You have paid for two or three homes during your lifetime.
Especially If you have been paying rent) and we regret that
you have nothing to show for the money spent In this manner.
THE AMOUNT PAID
FOR RENT WOULD
HAVE PAID FOR A
HOME, AND A GOOD
HOME TOO. w . . k
We have now on sale lots In the beautiful Puupueo Tract,
which contains the finest suburban property In Honolulu. This
tract commands a magnificent view of mountains and ocean, has
macadamized streets, artesian water, and the electric car line
passes through the property. For any further Information regard
Ing prices, terms, etc., address
ISLAND REALTY COMP'Y
FOn SAN FRANCISCO.
ALAMEDA JAN. 15
SIERRA JAN. 21
ALAMEDA FED. 6
SONOMA FED. 11
ALAMEDA FEU. 26
VENTURA MAR. 4
ALAMEDA MAR. 19
SIERRA MAR. 25
ALAMEDA APRIL 9
ALAMEDA JAN. 11
.VENTURA i JAN. 22
ALAMEDA FEB. 1
BIERRA FED. 12
ALAMEDA FEB. 22
SONOMA MAR. 5
VENTURA MAR. 20
ALAMEDA APRIL 6
In connection with tbe sailing or the above steamers, ine agents are pre
pared to Issuo, to Intending passengers, coupon through tickets by any rail
road from San Francisco to all points In the United States, and from New
York by any steamship line to all European ports.
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPJ.Y TO
Wm. G. Irwin & Co., Ltd.
GENERAL AGENTS OCEANIC 8. 8. CO.
Pacific Mail Steamship Go.
Occidental and Oriental Steamship Co. and Toyo Kisen Kaisha
8teamers of the above companies will call at Honolulu and
leave this port on or about the dates below mentioned.
FOR JAPAN AND CHINA. FOR 8AN FRANCISCO.
HONOKONO MARU JAN. II
CHINA JAN. 20
DORIC JAN. 31
NIPPON MARU FED. 8
AMERICA MARU JAN. 11
PEKING JAN. 18
OAELIO JAN. 28
HONGKONG MARU FEB. 6
CHINA FEB. 14
FOR GENERAL INFORMATION APPLY TO P. M. 8. 8. CO.
H. HACKFIBLO & CO, LTD. AGENTS.
Canadian-Australian Royal Mail
Steamers of the above line, running In connection wlta the CANADI
AN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO. between Vancouver, B. C, nnd Sydney. N.8.W.,
and calling at Victoria, B. O., Honolulu and Brisbane, aro DUE AT HONO
LULU on or about the dates below stated, viz.:
From Vancouver anu Victoria, B. C.
(For uriBbano and Hydnoy.)
Into groups, nnd tho list flee since William McKlnlcy wns elect I Dated December 30, 1901.
ccurato aud convenient o.l President of tho United States a lit rteeorded Jjnu-rv 2
iidy of tho shifting person-1 tie more than five years ago. although Kaaiiann to K. Wundcnl
at tho beginning of tho Fifty-seventh In those days
uongress, out tuis rivch little inuica
tlon of tho amount of Information with Fifty-three members of the Senate,
regaul to tho comparative length of much moro than hnlf of the memlicr-
senlco of the various Senators. They I ship of that body, havo como Into ot
aro uiviuca into gr
forms an accurate
basis for Htudy
nel of tho Senate for tho past ouartcr seven of this number had nrevlmmlv
of a century nnd an opportunity for served In the Senate Senator Teller
annnillnHni, lllinn ttw. ...... , nf .. mi ' nf fAlnH.ln ...V... a...... ..I... , ,.
e,i.i.H.M.ut, ..fuM u vi.i v. Mtjw v u . v i fuiuimiu, nm, (iuw huh un me iiem
me mo or inc benatu anu tno rortunva
The table divides tho present Scnatu
into thlrty-onu groups; that is, It nr
ranges in a class by themselves thu
Senators who were sworn in simulta
neously. In this way It Is easy to see
at a glance who Is thu father of tha
bennte, thu baby, tho half-grown, and
S'. on tbioitgb the vnrlous stages that
differentiate tho Senators according to
their length of service
Ewn. Oahu; 11700. Hook 224, page
tit. uaieu December 1, 1'JUl.
.1. Kcalohaktil; aindnvlt; In ro title
to It P.'s 2838 and 0832. Moanalua,
Honolulu, Oahu. Hook 224, pago 473.
At the entrance
to the Famous
lao Vallev. and
easy access to
volcano In th
for Tourists and
ISLAND OF MAUI.
A. T. HAGnNKAMP. Monngcr.
y thirty years since ho first beenmo
n Senator, but ho has been out twice.
ond In all that tlmo has remained a
loyal, stalwart nepubllcan. Ho served
from Mnrch 4. 1873, to March 3, 18711,
nnd then gave way to his law partner,
Mr. Dolph. In 1883 ho came back and
served until 1897. when ho was defeat
ed by another law partner, Mr. Simon,
nnd was then reelected to bis present
term to succeed Mcllnde. who had in
turn beaten Dolph in 1893. Senator
Mitchell looks today very little older
than he did In 1873. Once during his
orratlc side of tho chamber, has been
n Senator under his present commis
sion since March 4. 1893; had served
a previous term, beginning September
4. 187; the first Senator from thu Cen
tennial State, and serving until April
17. 1882, when ho resigned to becomu
secretary or tno interior in the Cahl
gage; It. P. 2391, Pauoa, Honolulu.
Oahu; )275. Hook 230, page 100. Dat
ed December 20, 1901.
I'. C. Jones. Limited, to Mnry Por
ter, release; portion R. P. I7C9, Kill.
tiSO, Alakea street, Honolulu, Oahu;
I&000. Book 199, page 220. Dated De
cember 31, 1901.
M. P. Maii'bcrson to S. S. Pas
cbal; mortgage; portion R. t. 1769,
uui. .!-. AiaKca street, Honolulu, Oa
Hal heen'Tl,lei,,l"l,r- $? ""1 "' Vhree nars'at 7 peTccnt
Popn'ifst" Sni's'r'aS SdU r,0' ,,a8U 1C2- totCd DCC,mb0,
;; ..7""""",'.""iv. iinrnson and husband to f,
WMM.I. -tMlin 1,1 UK, lt'UUIt-. HHH HU'npti
According to this new compilation In on March 4. 18S7. havlnc been nut
of seniority statistics thero aro two of the Senate for twelve years, ilo
fathers of tho Senate. William II. AMI- first took his seat in 1864. fresh from
son of Iowa and John P. Jones of No- hlh halcyon days In the bonanza gold
vuda, both of whom worn sworn In on fields of Nevada, and servrtl until
Ikn I.U .. f..k 0"1 I t I 1lT l ...
inu liuw .uu.i.11, mid, mm uuvv surv .' iu uiuou uays nc was a goK bug. , of divorce- ilkorn. rrnnlnt l.'nhriini-v
cd continuously over since Thu young- then he beenmo tho unrelenting adb 3 ss Rook -"4 SC S
fhllil alfhnm-h ,.. I. !,,, I l... ,M,. f '..., ll,,... .-.I .1... ?,..''.' oou- "Oh .., page -WO. UBISU
H. ....u, ....vun. ,.w . uuviu ,i- .. w. ..vw an.,-, ,Uu iuc mum 111 1 mr i so nt em ber 7 1901
largest member of tho family In point denunciator of tho money devil. Sen-1 lilshnn & Comiionv to N Mnkn..nn-
of size. Is A. U. Klttredge of South Da- ator Seell of New Jersey, who has release An I H ? 5'S K..? ii"h
kcta. whose commlsHlon an n Ri.nnlnr not been In itt..n,!.nr.o ...,nn .i, .IV ....;. ' V".1 ."! K"': IA-li-
1; Hnbrou; mortgage; portion R. P.
2'jt, Kul. 113, near Alakea street, Ho
nolulu, Oahu; (3000, two years at 8
per cent. Rook 230, page 104. Dated
December 31, 1901.
I. S. Tlldun vs. J. 'illdcn: decree
Ixta, whose commission as a Senator not been in nttendnnco noon thn .
dates only from July 11, 1901. Messrs. tnt session, owing to his critical 111
Allison and Jones aro thercforo infers. Is In tnblo 1, with thnsu Sena
class 1 of the table, while Baby Kit-1 tors who were sworn in on March 4,
tiedgo is In class 31, and all by him-1 1893. Warren of Wyoming Is nlso In
self. Thero are sevcrnl Senators old- j this ible, but he had previously been
er In years than either of tho fathers a Senntor from November 18, 1S90, to
of the Senato and many who appear Maich 3, 1893, as Senator Scwell was
to navo seen many moro winters anil -ram tunrcn l, 1881, to March ., 1887,
summers. Mr. Allison, aitnougn l.
years of ago, looks ut least fifteen
years younger, while Mr. Jones, al
though plump In flguro nnd ruddy of
eye, looks with his white hair and ml
Senntors Spooner and Piatt of New
York aro in tnble 18 as having taken
mcir seats .tiarcn 1. 1S37, with the be.
ginning of tho McKlnley Admlnlstra.
AORANGI JAN. 18
MOANA FEB. 15
l-rom Sydney and Brisbane.
(For Victoria and Vancouver, B. O.)
MOANA JAN. 15
Through Tickets Issued from Hsnolulu to Canada, United States and
d all genorel Information, apply to xurope. For Freight and Passage an
Thco. H.DavteBJvCo.,,Ltd., GcnM Agents.
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co.
DIRECT 8ERVICE BETWEEN
NEW YORK AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, via Pacific Coast.
8. 8. OREGONIAN, 6,000 tons, to sail about Dec. 20.
6. 8. CALIFORNIA, 6,000 tons, to sail about Jan. 20.
8. 8. AMERICAN, 6,000 tons, to sail during February.
From San Francisco 8. 8. HYADES, 3,000 tons, to sail Jan. 4 for Honolulu.
Freight received at Company's wharf, 42nd Street, South Brooklyn, at
all times. For further particulars, apply to
C. P. MORSB,
General Freight Agent. H. HACKFELD & CO., Ltd.
lygoat whiskers Just about as old as 'tlon. Mr. Spooner bad been out of the
he really la. 71. .Senate six years at that time, hnvlng
served from ..inrch 4, 1885, to March
The United States Senato Is popular-1 3 1891, anil senator Piatt sixteen
ly regarded aB a body of elderly inon. j years, having served from March 4 tn
and yet thero aro very few really old May 10, 1881, when ho resigned with
men In the Senate, tho Methusolah ot Koscoe Conkllng because of the row
them all being Mr. Pettus of Alabama, between Garfield and the stalwnrtr
who Is 80. His colleague, Mr. Morgan, i which ended In tho asbasslnntlon of
Is 77. Mr. Vest of Missouri Is 71, nnd 'tho President. Senator Quay Is In
his colleague, Mr. Cockrcll, Is 67. Mr. tnble 20, all by hlmsolf, as he wn
Hoar ot .Massachusetts and Mr. Bate sworn In January 15, 1901. He was
of Tenncssco are lach 75, and this Is out of the Senato until that time fiom
about all there aro who can bo right-1 March 3, 1899. Ho bad previously
fully termed old. The baby ot tho served two terms, having first been
Senate, Mr. Bailey of Texas, Is 38. . elected Mnrch 4. 1R87. He failed of
I'erhans tho most Interestlnc fact leeicuion tor tlio tlilnl time, tlm l.ni.
shown by this tablo of senloitly 'Is Islaturo ndjourulng without making a
that tho Senate, althouieh a cdMinu- eleetlon. nnd Governor Stone appnlnt
ous body, Ib u very changeable ono as ,'l Quay, but tho Senato refused to
regards Its pursnnuel, tho terms of tho Btai mm under his commission, nnd hn
Senators being In the uggrcgato very "'"t bock to the. people for teelectloii
bi(ef. It Is only a lltflo moro than ""d wns successful.
twenty-four years Blneo Oen. Ulysses i
S. Grant ceased to be President of thu , Clark of Montana, Dubois or Idaho.
I'nlted Stntes. yet there are only throo McLaurln or Mississippi anil Mitchell
men In tho Benntu today who were ot Oregon aro In tablo 28 with a lot
thero when Orant wns President for of other BeimtorH, nil of whom aro
tho second time, and not one wns a sworn In March 4, 1901. Thu ups nnd
Senator during Iiib first term In the downs of political life nro pointedly
Whlto House Thcso threo nro Allison Illustrated In tho careers of the four
r.nd Jones, Republicans, and Cockrell, Senators abnvii named, The meteoric
Democrat, Not onu of tho band of Senatorial career of Mr. Clnrk Is well
stulwarts who stood by Grant during remembered. Ho was elected for the
tho momentous years ot his Admtnls- trim beginning March 4, 1899, and
tratton Is left In tho Seuato today. 'took his seat, hut while being Invest!
Thero aro only seven Senators now in gntcil on the cnarge of hnvlng bilheil
otilco wno wero members or thu bouy the Legislature liu dramatically
California Safo Deposit & Trust Co,
corner California and Montgomery
streets. For the six months ending
Deeember 31, 1901, dividends have
been declared on Deposits in tho Sav
ings Department ot this Company as
follows: On Term Deposits, at the
rate ot 3 6-10 per cent per annum, and
second term he gavo tho Senate aon Ordinary Deposits, at tho rate of
great shocK by snavtng on nis ionci-i per ceiu per annum, ireo oi eaxes,
blown beard without a word ot warn
ing, making such a complete change
that very few of his colleagues rccog
nired him when he walked Into the
Delaware has no representation In
tho present Senate, thero being a per
pituiil deadlock In the Legislature, so
that the total present membership of
the body Is eighty-eight.
and payable on and niter Thursday.
January 2. 1902. Dividends uncalled
for aro added to tho principal and
bear tho samo rate or dividend as the,
principal from and after January 1,
1902. J. DALZELI, DROWN.
Notice Is hereby given that intend
ing passengers per Steamship MO
The news that Slgnor Marconi hna ANA, duo to sail for Vancouver on
Rurrecileil In rerelvlnir electrli- Biennis "" Jul" """ u,m l'vr oieuiumii
succeeucu in receiving electric gnats AOIlANnI ,UU (o Ball for tho ((,.
arrobs tho Atlantic ooenti will deep y ,,, on Ul0 mh ,ng. mugt apply for
Interest the scientific world, but It will, passngo by tho former boat not later
wo believe, bo considered with some than Monday, tho 6th inst.. and for
caution, not to say suspicion, by the tho latter not later than Thursday,
layman until more definite results nro the 9th Inst. C..At)IAN-AUSTUA-achieved.
The signal that Marconi ,''IANfTEAM8IHP LINE,
claims to have received consisted of oav,,1 ' itenti.
the Morse telegraphic letter "S" that Z. K
Is, three dots or clicks. Sjracusc Journal.
Moanalua, Honolulu, Oahu: 150. Book
227. pago 210. Dated January 2. 1902.
Recorded January 3, 1902.'
L. L. McCandlcss to Hawaii I.and
Company. Limited; surrender of
Icabu, piece land near Maunakca
street, Honolulu. Oahu, Rook 228,
page 422. Dnted December 31, 1901.
J. A. Magoon to D. Knulaweolanl;
release; one-half interest In R. P.
2500. Kealnkaha. Hamakua. Hawaii;
$700. Hook 170, page 288. Dated Jan
uary 3, 1902.
Recorded January 4, 1902.
C. Q. Yee Hop to Chun Foon Lock;
bill of sale; leasehold, buildings, etc.,
Ilerelanln street, Honolulu. Oahu;
110 mortgage $1000, Book 224,
page 177. Dated November 30. 1901.
Nakao to Hiralshl; bin of salo: hack
No. 52. two horses and harness; $730.
Hook 224, page 478. Dated October
A. F. Cooke to .1 S. Rallcy; as
signment or lease; piece lnnd, Alnpal
street, Honolulu. Onnu; $400, Booi
228. page 122. Dated November 30.
Recorded January 6, 1902.
J. Wnlohlnit and wife to Ah Chu.
leiiHe, R. P. 1557 and buildings. Ke
maii 2, Hamakua. Hawaii; thirteen
years nt $15. Hook 22S, page 423. Dat
ed November 1, litin.
ih Chew to Tong Sing Planting
Company; assignment of leaso; four
acres land, Kemuii 2, Hnmakua, Hn
wall; $200. Hook 228, page 423, Dat
ed December 19, 1901.
W. K. Ke-oho tn Mlneklchl; lease;
portion R. P. 3813, Papiiiilii, Klpahu
lit, Maul, ten years at $11. Book 228.
Lew em & Cooke, Limited, to A. W.
Mnloho; release; portion It. P. 4302
Kul 203. Printers lane. Honolulu. (In
hu; $37 Book 126, pago 9. Dated !
January i, r.iu.-.
whoHu ph) steal weakness makes him
ilesirous or Having a more aeceaslhli
The weekly edition of the Evening
Bulletin Is the largest and best pub
lished in the Territory. Sixteen and
twenty pages. $1 a year.
Notlcu Is hereby given that tho un
dersigned hau on tho 31st day of De-
"cmber, 1901, lorme'il n copartnership
under the name nnd style of Sung
WILDER'S STEAMSHIP CO.
One Hundred Dollars ($100.00) ro
ward will bo paid to any person giv
ing Information which will lead to the
nrrest nnd conviction of tho parties
who stole a registered mall pouch
from tho steamer Ktnau on or about
Saturday, December 21st.
C. L. WIGHT.
DIVIDEND NO. ICE.
TUB OHIIMAN SAVINGS & LOAN
BOCH.TY. 526 California street For
Wing Chong Company, doing business the half year ending with December
s Kallua. Koolaupoko, Oahu, Terrl- '3'"'. 1901. a dividend nas been aeciar
tnry of Hawaii; the nature of business fd nt tho rate or threo (3) per cent
ii,.ini- th nlnniintr .ml pntiivniini- per annum on all deposltB. freo of
rii.t.. I taxes, payable oil and after Thursday,
January 2, i'JU2.
CHAN.. All KIT.
WONG PUN & KAM HOU,
LIU LING & WONG MAN LOY,
YAP HONG A; KWA1 CHANG.
Honolulu, January K, 19i2.
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
wl.cn Rutherford II. Hayes, tho succes- signed and tho next -day nininunrcd j chair. .McLiiurln of Mississippi, who I '
snr oi urani. was i-resiueiie, aitnougn ins appointment uy tno i.ieutcnntit , n a cousin or McMiurln or South Car
II is only a llttlo moro than twenty Governor, who took advantneo or tho ollna. and lor whom hn Is often mlh
jenrs since his term expired. These nbseneo of the Governor, nn anti-Clark Itqken, but not on ac-ount of similarly
nnvnn Kpnntnru nro AlllRnn -Tnnfi mnn rrnm th Qtnta rrlm UunnlA I ,,f l,,t,u l,it,Q,, In. I., ... M ...... .
t n meeting of the Club Stables,
Limited, hehl at their i.IIUe. Fort
trevt. Honolulu, tcsterdn). January
"th. llinj, the following olllters weie
O. P. R. Isenberg .. ..President
H. H. Perry . ...Vice President
W. E. Dellina Secretary
C. H. Belllna Treasurer
J. Carrelro Auditor
The above constitute the Hoard of
Dliectiiis. W K. HIILLINA.
rtenitiiij Club Stables. Ltd.
Honolulu. January 8th. 19U2.
The firm of Purdy & Raron, shlp'a
cnrpcntcrH and builders, has this day
tn en illHHOlved by mutual consent.
C. 11. Purdy hnvlng bought the entire
business, will conduct the same at tin
old stand, soliciting tho good patron
age ot thu port, with tho usual guar
antee or first-class work. All bllla pay
nble only to C. II. Purdy.
O. H. PURDY".
Honolulu, December 16, 1901.
WELL WORDED WANTS IN
ir, ,,,,- nuiiuiu 'wno. m- aimr hit in 1111 uili mini. . . .
Cockrell (who took his Heut Mnrch 4, went nn rcrord ns rebuking-his polltl- while the South Carolinian Is n young, I nfi I IlltllllPr 5 SfriKP
(ill nielhods. pnictlcnlly convicting one. bervrd a yenr or ho In the Sen -.
1875. nnd who Is In a class nil by him
relf), Hour, Morgan. Plntt or Connertl- him or bribery, but before uctlon was
cut, nnd Vest. Tho two first named taken on the report the new Leglbla
havo been Senators since March 6, Hire elected him for the tull term be-
1877. nnd tho latter two since March ginning Mnreh 4, 1101, anil he sits In
nto under mi appointment from the
Governor Iroin Febnmry 7, 1S9I. until i
Mnrch 3, 1893. He lias nlwavs been
very prominent In Southern polltlis. i
18, 1879. tho Sonutn today without n flnw nnon but bus done llltlu here to inuke him
Thero nro only twelve Senators who his title Dubois or Iiluho first enme to heir Known, except ttl snve tbe Hie ot
wero In the body when Arthur was the Seuuti as n Republican and served
President and only eighteen who sorv- n tull term front Mnrch i, 1891. In
cd during Cloveland'H first term. Pres- lfOtl ho walked on. o the Kupitbllenti
Itlent Cleveland's seroiul tcim ended Nnllonnl Convention nnd becanm 1
less thin flvn yearH ngo, and them V'lro Silver Republican, then a Popit
r.re onlv thlrtv-rive men In the Sen- list ami now a fuli-fiedged Democrat,
nte n llttlo moro than oiin-third of the silting In the front row of the Demo-
total membership, who were lb nfllcn rnitle side or tho ehamber. having nx-
(When Cleveland permtuiently retired changed seats with Senator Vest,
a vduuk woman a tew weehs ago who
would have been run over l) a street
rnr had be not seized her In his arms i
nt the light moment and carried bur
to a place oi safety, I
Hut the Senator who litis gone most j
often up nnd down the polltlcnl cliuto
Is Mr. Mitchell of Oregon. It Is near-
Is over, and I cm again prepared
to do Plumbing, Sewering anj
Sheet Iron Work as heretofore.
Estimates furnished... Work
manshlp ana material guara.i
Jas. Nott, Ji,
Store, Beretanla opp, Alakea St.
lei., White 3571.
BOWERS' MERCHANT PATROL.
Night watchmen furnished for buR-t
ings, business property and residence.
Builders will do -veil to consult Bow
ers tn regard to watebmon.
tl mi h-itf thrm. inur frt have tlmpiy fiiufrr4!
tad lijbitk i $ ri-it nwesry to N torturei by
cornt incrowlne njMt Uin'ont chfltljim, tc
Vtt mi) K'curi - thai U vuurfrtlnuy Kf If tk n
nt thlt had hMi Y wltMt rrnfl. Pflrnly
turn mini) Riri tpaiT i.i mirtoitiMy iouw walk,
h' t wltti t:w mmh Ror ijr tni Inrct ) u wlt N
a Mi' lit rtnsK and At t n i, ycur b.tnc cr tioclal
Lull tn J rr m about tttli ur kcndme word an4 I
will iaU nn v u
DR. V. 15, ISOGin,
18 Arlington Dullding,
Hotel St neap Fort.
Consultnllon ni oftlco free.
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